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Teens Health

The Teens section caters to the age group between 13 and 19. Credihealth Teens like to be aware of the changes their body goes through and want to learn more with time. This section covers all common and uncommon health issues that teens may face.


For Teens: Do-it-at-home workouts

For those teens who feel gyms are an unnecessary expenditure, or those who are simply too lazy to get out of their homes to go to a gym, do-it-at-home workouts …

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Body Building – When Should I Start?

Most teenagers believe that right after they hit puberty, it would be ‘super cool’ if they joined a gym and started bodybuilding. That’s actually more harmful than it sounds because, …

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Teens Workshop held at Shalom Hills International School, Gurgaon

With renowned counsellor & spiritual healer Ms. Komal Mathur, Credihealth held a teens workshop to educate students of class 7th and 8th on issues pertaining to coping with emotional and social safety; …

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7-Step guide to losing weight: For Teens

1. What’s the first thing you can do to lose weight? Set a goal! Find out your ideal weight according to your height and compare it to your current weight. …

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Adam’s apple

Voice changes in teens

There was something different in Karan’s voice. At first I thought it was a sore throat but soon realized he was at the age where a boy’s voice becomes a …

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Peer pressure

Dodge Negative Peer Pressure

Is peer pressure making your life tough? Have you ever felt the need to dress a certain way, flaunt a particular accessory and develop a love for music/movies or visit …

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CrediAngel: Sana Khanijo

Meet the ambitious Sana Khanijo, studying in G. D Goenka World School. She aspires to be a doctor in the future. Her favourite quote is: Believing in the value of …

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CrediAngel: Mrinalini Bhushan

Meet the pretty Mrinalini Bhushan, a 15-year old, 10th grade student at the Heritage School Gurgaon. A bit about her in her own words. “I am outgoing and I enjoy …

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Coping With Harassment in the 21st Century

Harassment whether it may be physical or emotional, has been taken too far specially in India. It is a MYTH that Women who are sexually harassed generally provoke harassment by …

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Drug Addition & Substance Abuse: Symptoms & Treatment

What is addiction/substance abuse? Initially, consumption of drugs is voluntary for most people, but its use over time makes changes in the brain that challenge your self-control and inhibit your …

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

What is an obsessive-compulsive disorder? Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder in which you struggle with unreasonable thoughts and fears (obsessions) that compel you towards repetitive behaviors (compulsions). An obsessive-compulsive …

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Helping Children With Dyslexia

Dyslexia, or specific reading disability, is a common learning disorder in children characterised by difficulty in reading. It occurs in children with normal vision and intelligence and may go undiagnosed …

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Cause of obesity

BMI: Risks of being underweight & overweight

About BMI The Body Mass Index (BMI), or Quetelet Index, is a measure of the human body shape, based on mass and height. To calculate BMI, divide the body mass by the square …

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Role of diet control in obesity

How Does Dieting Impact Nutrition Levels?

Dieting refers to the practice of eating food in a regulated fashion to improve an overweight or obese state. Nutrition refers to provision of essential nutrients to the human body …

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Eating Disorders

Eating Disorders in Young Girls & Its Dangers

Young girls – children and teenagers – who suffer from serious alterations in eating habits, may develop major health problems. Eating disorders generally begin during adolescence or early adulthood, but …

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